McMichael is a second generation architect and a Principal with architects Tillmann Ruth Robinson. Since 1908, the predecessor firms of architects Tillmann Ruth Robinson have been integral to the advancement of public life and institutions in Ontario, including St. Joseph’s Health Care, with offices now in London and Toronto. Like many of his clients, McMichael shares a deep sense of purpose to contribute something significant to his community, and through this passion he is able to engage people and places in the design of meaningful spaces.
McMichael is a graduate of the University of Toronto, graduating with Honours from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, and has worked professionally in both Toronto and Amsterdam. In his ongoing work to better the City in which we live, McMichael has volunteered on and Chaired the City of London Urban Design Peer Review Panel. He has also been a Board Member of Museum London, has volunteered with the Grand Theatre, and was recognized as one of London’s Top 20 Under 40 in 2014.